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include aggression, depression, caused by repeated hits to the head. his family sued the nfl, saying it concealed the dangers of repetitive blows to the head, and put the nfl's money before the health of its players. in the suit the seau family aalleges the nfl new or suspected any rule changes that sought to recognize that link and the health risk to nfl players would impose an economic cost that would significantly and adversely change the profit margins enjoyed by the nfl and its teams. and the family is also suing the helmet maker saying it was responsible for the design. nfl responded our attorneys will review it and respond appropriately through the court. seau was one of three retired players who committed suicide and then tested positive for cte, which to date has only been detectable postmortem. he asked his family to donate his brain so doctors could study the long-term effects of getting hit in the head. the easterling family are also suing the nfl, and the suits mirror those against the nfl brought by close to 4,000 former players. all of this is increasingly dire legal a
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